New Vision, Broader Scope, and Same Commitment to Transformation among Higher Educators and Practitioners
Keywords:transformative learning, transformation, undergraduate research, mindfulness
In this inaugural introduction, new editors for the Journal of Transformative Learning offer the vision, scope, and continued commitment to the journal’s presence as a resource for research and dialogue on transformative learning. The co-editors share the journal’s structure and upcoming special issue opportunities along with brief summaries of articles in the current volume.
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